7 Secrets Men Tell Their Friends But Won't Tell You

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Yes, men tell women what we think you want to hear because let's face it: you're the ones deciding if we're getting intimate tonight. If you ask us to communicate, we sometimes think it's a trap.

Women say they want men to be honest but when men let it rip, women often don't like the answers.

(Note that this is my opinion and does not necessarily reflect the views of all men.)

Here are seven secrets men tell their friends that they won't tell you.

1. Yes, it's often about sex.

Men like sex; men like variety. Men like women that enjoy sex, enjoy variety, and are active partners.

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2. A man is less likely to feel romantic if a woman is making his life miserable.

If you want to cuddle, don't start a fight over leaving the toilet seat up or not taking out the garbage, buzzkill.

3. He is often passionate about the things you hate.

In general, when men tell you they don't like cartoons, stoner movies, action movies, motorcycles, South Park, sports, firearms, the Simpsons, and ESPN, they're often lying.

4. He doesn't like the same entertainment you do.

I'd rather eat glass than watch Bridget Jones, but I've watched it to make the woman I'm dating happy.

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5. You have cold hands, feet, butts, and other body parts.

Men are not your personal heaters. Warm them or keep them to yourself.

6. He thinks you are pissed when you want to talk.

Telling us you want to talk often sends us the signal that you want to bring up something that's bothering you.

7. He hates dating because he has to lie.

Lying isn't fun. We can't wait to be married so we can really tell you how we feel about Bridget Jones. Unless he's a jerk, a man's happiest day is when he no longer has to lie or bend the truth to impress a woman.

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Joe Rocket is a freelance writer.